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CNBC
Jan 2, 2013 1:00pm EST
and happy 2013 to everybody. happy 2013, if you are long the market today, i'm tyler mathisen. >> hey, ty. i'm becky quick. republicans don't love the fiscal cliff. democrats don't love this deal either but wall street does at least for today. why don't we look at where things stand right now. you will see the dow industrials are up by 223 point. s&p 500 up by about 24 and again these markets have been holding this throughout the day. nasdaq up by 66 points. gold up by $12.70 to 1,688 an ounce. yield is higher up, and let's go live to bob who is live on the new york stock exchange. bob, happy new year. >> happy new year. er with near what traders called a 90% upside die. 90% of stocks on the upside and volume. take a look at what's been going on here. i will show you a lot of sectors at highs here. in some cases multiyear highs. historic highs for the russell 20000. also new highs in home building stocks. and sectorially financial stocks like bank stocks as well as materials also at 52-week highs. take a look at solar stocks. becky got a lot of questions about why are all of the solar stocks
CNBC
Jan 10, 2013 1:00pm EST
in the culture. so tyler, clearly, a very busy day here and those folks don't have a whole lot of time to get their message through to the administration. because you as you heard the vice president say, he will give his recommendations to the president on tuesday, tyler? >> eamon javers, two questiones. where, if at all, does mental health figure into the discussions. and secondly, there were some reports that had been circulating in recent days that the president might do something unilaterally that would not necessarily involve legislation involving congress. >> right. >> on mental health, we just don't know where the vice president will come down on that one. but we do know that vice president said that universal background checks are a key element of all of this. tyler? >> thank you very much, eamon javers, we appreciate it. sue, down to you. >> breaking news in the bond market. we have another bond auction up for grabs. and rick santelli is tracking action at cme. this is 30-year today, ricky, how did it go? >> first of all, i love 30 dpsh year options. furtherest down the curve. this i
CNBC
Jan 9, 2013 1:00pm EST
" is all over the markets for the next hour and that show is going to begin with bill. i mean, with tyler. and sue. right now. >> "halftime" is over. the second half of the trading day starts now. >> bill griffith often imitated, never duplicated. i'm tyler mathis. it is an hour of power filled with questions and answers. here are three for you right now. first, will white house chief of staff jack lou be the next second? lot of people saying yes. well get you the answer. second, you can bank, or can you, on solid earns on the solid sector? we will have the answers on the biggest of the banks and how bad is it for boeing? how much damage will the recent run of problems for the so-called dream liner due to boeing and company shares. three questions this hour. three answers. sue? full of answers, live as always at nyse. >> i hope so, ty. we will start with a question. will jacob be the next nominee? john harwood confirming he will be nominated to replace outgoing secretary of treasury tim geithner. but can he get through the senate? that the question. john is here in new york with perspecti
CNBC
Jan 30, 2013 1:00pm EST
the stage and uncertainty associated with it for better growth in the future. tyler? >> steve, much to think about there. how are defense stocks reacting to the 22% reduction in defense spending by the government in the fourth quarter? jane wells has details in l.a. jane? >> tyler, defense spending down. after reporting descent guidance and returning lots of cash to investors, saying quote i can't recall a time of greater uncertainty. raising guidance but none of the companies are factoring in possibility within extra half trillion in cuts kicking in in march. pentagon spending, as you can see, never 22%. cuts included 43% cuts to ships. 90 percent in weapons support. but look, 64% jump in missile spending. good for lockheed and raytheon. we have an attack inside syria. expecting international sales to grow over 10% this year. but book it bill is quote under tremendous pressure. anything close to 1 is concern. it is hard it kre re krut quality talent to build the best weapons system in the world with this budget uncertainty. sue? >> thank you very much, jane. >>> breaking news right now, ano
CNBC
Jan 31, 2013 1:00pm EST
mean, there will still be plenty of consolidation, tyler. anheuser-busch is by far the largest brewery. but once you get past them, the market shares drop fast, just not ab. it'll definitely take the premium out of the ab stock. >> we just liked at the pie chart. it was ab, miller, coors, at the top -- there it is. you see 22% of others, if you take those, 80% or thereaboutis of the mark set controlled by four of the companies. for that's right. aep those companies, i would say, are at a stand still in the united states. but values are attained elsewhere so the u.s. has pretty much been locked up forever. ab already owned half of m o odelo, so i think a lot of analysts were bullish on this deal and it turns out they were too bullish. >> harry, thank you so much. sue, this bud's for you. >> thanks, ty. markets are backing up and away from their mash much to all-time highs. dow jones down by double digits. down about 18 2/3 points. in the month of january, the dow is up almost 6%. as for the s&p, up more than 5%. and you know the saying, as goes january, so goes the rest of the year. the
CNBC
Jan 17, 2013 1:00pm EST
/3 of a buck. phil lebeau at o'hare in chicago with the latest. hi, phil. >> hi, tyler. the focus is shifting about when boeing might find a solution to the dreamliner being grounded. here's the latest with what's happening with the faa and with boeing and some of the dream liners around the world. they're working with the faa on a possible solution. we say possible, the idea being perhaps to come up with a way of testing some of the lithium ion batteries. we'll have more on that in a little bit. more countries and regions of the world have grounded the 787. the focus is making the lithium iotter to be used inside these planes. the concern for the faa is that there's a fire possibility with the lithium ion batteries. that prompted them to grouped the dreamliners. they're checking those in boston with those from japan and comparing what similarities they might find with those two. by the way, the batteries are made by a japanese firm g. g.s. uwasa. as for shares of boeing, down fractionally today. down 5% since january 7th. for a number of analysts on wall street the question becomes when do y
CNN
Jan 18, 2013 9:00am PST
. >> were you blood doping in the stage 11 of the 2000 tour, stopping at a hotel, tyler hamilton says you stopped at a hotel. >> i'm getting confused on the stages, but certainly that was -- >> in the middle of the tour, tyler hamilton said that there would be times when you all were injecting epo in a camper or in a tent and right outside the fans would be outside and you all would be dumping the syringes in coke cans, is that true? >> i didn't read tyler's book. i don't necessarily remember that. but i'm certainly not going to say that's a lie, that's not true. >> he says he doesn't remember that. the more he confesses, we know he's a liar. how does -- how do you believe anything that he says going forward? is that possible to change that in any way when you look at his brand and who he is? >> when you have look at heroes in pop culture, the key is that they need to acknowledge the truth, which he's done. i think the next step is stepping back to rehabilitate, really asking the hard questions, getting in touch with who they are, stepping forward and saying what is my new life going to b
CNBC
Jan 23, 2013 1:00pm EST
will leave that to john mar wood. tyler? >> let's get to the white house and senate reaction. chief washington correspondent john harwood has that part of the story. the white house, john, as eamon just said, signalled that the president would go along with this motion out of house. yes it would, senate leaders talking about this yesterday on the air. and i'm told that democratic leaders hope in favor of this. democrats please bid this development because it has broken the link between a dollar for dollar amount of spending cuts to go with the increase in the debt limit. in fact one democratic aid told me yesterday that the decision by republicans to say that the debt limit will not apply during this period sets a precedent that they it will be difficult to walk way from. bottom line is the democrats in both the white house and senate feel that they have defeated the republican attempt to use this as the ultimate leverage point. they did that in 2011. it backfired on the country because we got the downgrade and backfired on republicans who lost more than president obama did in that
CNN
Jan 18, 2013 1:00am PST
coyle along with former armstrong teammate tyler hamilton of "secret race: inside the hidden world of tour de france, doping, coverups and winning at all costs." also bill strickland and senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin. first blush, what do you think? >> it's the most painful, successful therapy session in the history of television. it's riveting. not necessarily in a good way for armstrong. >> have you ever seen armstrong so uncomfortable, so nervous? >> he looks like he's strapped to the seat of a plane that's crashing. he looks really uncomfortable. he's not giving it up. occasionally there are flashes where it seems like he's genuinely self-reflecting. there's a lot more pauses, a lot more hesitations, a lot more hair splitting as she said. >> do you think he's telling the truth, the full truth? >> no, i don't. clearly at parts -- in our book we recorded very clearly that armstrong was the kingpin there. he made a phone call to basically end tyler hamilton's career. he had the number of the uci president in his pocket. after tyler hamilton beat him in an important race righ
ABC
Jan 3, 2013 12:00am PST
with kirstie alley, dave salmoni with animals, and music from tyler bryant and the shakedown. the costume design. filmmaking is my life. [ guy toe ] clarissa, i've always loved you! [ girl toe ] then prove it, marry me! it's a deal! [ kissing noises ] cut. we got it! that's me. and this is my windows phone. [ male announcer ] new windows phone. reinvented around you. ♪ man: at turbotax, we know this is more than a paycheck. it's long, hard days, late nights, and missed little league games. you've worked hard to earn your money. and we think you should have the power to keep as much of it as possible. we have tax experts to answer your questions. we'll back you and support you. because a dollar here, a dollar there-- every dollar is more important when it's yours. turbotax-- the power to keep what's yours. try it free at turbotax.com. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- kirstie alley. dave salmoni. and music from tyler bryant and the shakedown. with cleto and the cletones. and now, heading this way, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" [ cheers and
ABC
Jan 3, 2013 12:00am EST
. >> dicky: and music from tyler bryant and the shakedown. "j >> i am in an american airlines airplane and they gave me these wonderful pajamas and a cozy bed with soft, warm blanket. it made me feel like i'm in my own bed. >> is everything to your liking, mr. rodriguez? >> everything is great. except one thing. >> and i'll huff and i'll puff and i'll blow your house in. >> do the piggy voice! >> not by the hair of my chinny chin chin! >> your piggy is better than your wolf. i hope we never land. >> good night, mr. rodriguez. >> enjoy a whole new level of comfort, connectivity and convenience only on american airlines. >> dicky: "jimmy kimmel live" back in two minutes with kirstie alley, dave salmoni with animals, and music from tyler bryant and the shakedown. the costume design. filmmaking is my life. [ guy toe ] clarissa, i've always loved you! [ girl toe ] then prove it, marry me! it's a deal! [ kissing noises ] cut. we got it! that's me. and this is my windows phone. [ male announcer ] new windows phone. reinvented around you. ♪ man: at turbotax, we know this is more than a paych
ABC
Jan 3, 2013 12:00am EST
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CNBC
Jan 8, 2013 1:00pm EST
that was grounded, tyler. >> i'm telling you, people when you heard you were being booked on a dc-10, lots of people wouldn't fly them. ultimately that was taken out, though it still, i think, is used by air express carriers. >> sure. it still is in use. that was an extreme example following an aircraft crash. listen, we're not to that level with the dreamliner at this point. there are teething pains that go along with every new aircraft. remember, the wasn't long ago we were talking about airbus 8380 and cracks on the wings. it led to people saying things to me, i would never fly an 8380. those same people, i've seen them since then and they have flown an 8380. these are the things that happen with a new aircraft. boeing, they are in a particular tough situation, tyler. they understand there are teething pains there, but this is so high-profile, and that fire has garnered so much headline news. >> i didn't want to suggest the problems with the dreamliner was anything like problems with the dc 10. when an aircraft or model of an aircraft gets a bad rap or bad reputation, the public can be very leery
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 1:00pm EST
acceptable to investors, tyler. >> the history is, when individual investors pour money into mutual funds, they do it precisely at the wrong time. it is a better sign after peak than a trough in the mark pept what do you think? >> true. true. that's a short term indicator. investors have been pulling money out of stock equity funds and the market has gone on to hit new highs last week. so i think people finally realize that i might have missed something and there is so much good news happening economically that i think people finally realize i can't sit in that zero percent interest rate any more. i need to get out and do something. >> so i take to you are basically encouraging your client to put money to work in risk assets in a way that main they had been loathed to do over the past couple of years. and what categories of investments are you recommending right now or name names? >> well, i like, you know, big blue chip stocks raising dividends. i know microsoft and ibm have raised dividends aggressively in the last four years. those are good stories to tell people. most people still hav
CNN
Jan 19, 2013 4:00am EST
by name, the frankies, the betsys, the greg, the tyler, the floyd landis, i owe them apologies. whenever they are ready, i will give them. >> what was he trying to accomplish here? that remains puzzling to me. he talks about being reinstated. that he thinks he should be reinstated. he's 41 years old. his career as an elite athlete was over anyway. >> he said he would love to run in the chicago marathon at age 50. >> okay. but is that something -- that's so different from what he used to be, to finish somewhere in the middle of the pack in the chicago marathon nine years from now -- >> but he's dominated triathlons. a triathlon is a huge sport in his country. he could be a big name in the world of triathlon. >> the world of triathlons. that's a tiny world. compared to the tour de france. >> yes, compared to the tour de france, but triathlons are a big sport. jeff, i don't know how often you're running out there but there are a lot of folks competing in triathlons. there's not the scale of the tour de france, but there are a lot of events in which -- he's a competitor. he wants to compete.
CNBC
Jan 18, 2013 1:00pm EST
, tyler, that issue will hang over the debate. you just won't hang over it the next couple of weeks. >> see you monday more the inauguration. >> you bet. >> now to another breaking news station. this one in algeria. things are still very fluid. the terrorists are still holding hostages 800 miles south of aljeers. they also want the blind sheik. he was tied to the world trade center attack in 1993. jackie deangelo has news for us at the desk. hi, jackie. >> the united states announcing it does not make deals with the terrorists with respect to the bloody three-day standoff in algeria. this after an islamist gunman proposing to swap terrorist for the sheik jailed in the u.s. for terrorism. algeria state tv is reporting that nearly 100 of the 132 foreign workers that were being held hostage have been freed but remember, the location of this gas facility in algeria is so remote it's been really difficult to get accurate information and accounts of what's actually happening on the ground. even if those numbers are correct, the fate of about 30 workers is still unclear at this point. mean
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2013 8:15pm EST
tell about us. about a year ago i met the actor and director, tyler perry, and tyler actually a couple of years ago he bought airline headquarters in atlanta and he needed to film all his tv shows in his movies. one of the amazing things about tyler and his story is that in 1998, tyler perry was homeless. tyler perry's seriously changed his story. i have kind of an unusual story myself. i was born in a small river town on the hudson, newburgh new york, and when i was growing up look singh called it the all-american city. at that time,, we had kind of an inner-city but then we had a lot of farm kids and there was an air force base. it was inner-city and farm kids and kids would have been around so was an interesting place to grow up. earlier on, my father grew up in the newburgh poorhouse. it was called the poggi. my father's mother was a charwoman which meant she cleaned the bathrooms for the other poor people and they got a room there. that was our background and that is why i feel i should be the next president of the united states. [laughter] [applause] anyway, i have been poor and
ABC
Jan 19, 2013 7:00am PST
for years. >>> with us, now, one of lance armstrong's former teammates and friends, tyler hamilton, who himself has admitted doping. he wrote a book about it, called "the secret race." tyler, good morning. thank you for coming in. we really appreciate it. you saw lance get emotional in that interview. do you buy it? >> it's a first step. it's a first step. he's coming clean. he's telling the story that he has taken performance-enhancing drugs. >> do you think it was genuine emotion that we saw? >> i think so. it's new for him. it's a new process. i went through the same process on a much smaller scale. you know, it's going to get easier for him. i think he's going to open up even much more. you know, i think we saw a lot of the truths. maybe not the whole truth. >> telling his son to stop defending him now. 13-year-old son. was that real emotion? you've known him for so many years. as a parent, was he telling the truth? >> the one thing, and i think a lot of his exteammates said yesterday, for me and guys like frankie andreu, we've never seen lance -- i've never seen him shed a tear in
CNBC
Jan 14, 2013 1:00pm EST
revenue as well as spending cuts. we're in for a major fight coming up quickly, sue and tyler. looks like we can hit the debt ceiling as early as one month from now. >> john, this is not kinder gently rhetoric, not by a long shot. but who can forget the most recent discussions off the fiscal cliff and the president ultimately backed off his $250,000 number and ended up in a much higher number and went along with making permanent all kind of other tax changes that seem to be part of the stew. and the reason that the deal got done by the way, was that the president basically bowed out and joe biden bowed in. should we look for mr. biden once again to play the role of the ultimate negotiator mediator here. >> yes, i think we will. see joe biden involved in that. but the real hammer the president had in those discussions was not joe biden. it was the fact, tyler, that the tax increases were scheduled to expire on december 31st. we were looking a the a very large tax increase. the president accepted less than half of the revenue goals that he had been seeking as a resolution of that problem. s
CNBC
Jan 15, 2013 1:00pm EST
's the worst performing stock on the nasdaq 100, tyler, not just for today but for the year. 2013. a strategic analyst tells me that 440 stands out as the next key long-term support level. it's about a 50-point move from where we're moving now. lastly, the big winner here, dell continues to move higher on speculation that the company is looking to go quiet. the stock up by almost 5%. back over to you. >> thank you very much, seema. let's turn to the hedge funds. they're taking more risk with reportedly higher levels. will a looming debt rate derail us? joining us first with the top hedge funds strategies is david. good to see you, david. we're a little short on time because of the facebook event. forgive me if i have to interrupt you for breaking news but i would assume that the addition of more leverage to portfolios is a good sign. >> that's right. in general not so much the use of leverage but you're seeing the participation rates in the market go up. hedge funds are taking more net long positions and you're seeing an overall risk fund. >> are there places they're putting their money more t
CNBC
Jan 21, 2013 11:00am EST
money. here now tyler mathisen and john harbaugh. >> good morning, everybody, and welcome to cnbc's coverage of the second inauguration of barack obama. the 57th inaugural of an american president. between a half a million and 800,000 people are estimated to attend today's festivities. most of them not very close to the capitol where the swearing in will take place. that's roughly a third of the number who attended president obama's first inauguration four years ago. once again welcome, everybody. i'm tyler mathisen joined by cnbc's chief washington correspondent john harwood. great to be with you on this day of history. >> welcome to d.c. >> good to see you. the oath of office will take place in about 50 minutes, but today, of course, is all about the ceremony. you probably know this already, yesterday chief justice john roberts officially administered the oath in a small, private ceremony in the blue room at the white house as per the constitution. >> this morning the president and the vice president attended church services with their families at st. john's church, an inaugurat
CNBC
Jan 16, 2013 1:00pm EST
control but literally no one here, especially customers, even looked up. tyler? >> hampton pearson, thank you very much. boeing hitting an air pocket today. another incident with the 787 dream liner. goldman sachs moved the company from its conviction buy list and moved its target on boeing from 90 to $98 a share. phil lebeau has more on the problems plaguing that aircraft and boeing. phil? >> tyler, you were showing boeing intraday, go back to last monday. that was the first report after dream liner problem in boston. it's been a roller coaster. but since last monday, down 3.4%, here is more in terms of the investigations. not "investigation", but "investigations." they are sending investigators to japan because of the plane that had an emergency landing yesterday. meanwhile, all nippon and dream liners are grounded. and lij yom ion batteries are the scrutinized batteries as they look at what went wrong with these planes. we mentioned the a and a flight. there was a landing in japan, the pilots saw a battery light come on. a and a says the main battery was discolored and election trol si
CNBC
Jan 25, 2013 1:00pm EST
thompson is here first with highlight. hi, mary. >> hi, tyler. if you talk to blankfein he talks about the economy. >> i think there is room for optimism in europe but not as much as the u.s. the place in a much better position right now is the united states with housing stabilizing, probably going back up, with the amount of cash on the side, with blessings of the energy situation that none of us anticipated but somehow it is just happened. and low interest rates. i think the u.s. environment is very good. >> blankfein says improving outlook for the u.s. and other economies bodes well for goldman sachs long-term prospects. >> the things we do, all the things we do, correlate with growth. we advise people on acquisitions when they have the confidence to acquire things. finance them when they do things. manage risky assets which people only put money in risky assets when they are confident. so i think the economy is growing and i think the cycle is long so i'm optimistic. >> he estimates that as the cycle improves, so should goldman's one of most profitable businesses. a business that's
CNBC
Jan 29, 2013 1:00pm EST
of northridge to tell us. hi, jane. >> reporter: hi, tyler, this generation, the trend setters. a survey found 18 to 34 years old that have smart phones, almost all have more than one. 56% have an android-based, 46 had apples and 43 had blackberries. most had more than one device. i suspect the androids at the older trend. i did not see one on the campus, where they still have love for sue herera. most had an iphone, not everyone. what to buy next is a huge topic of debate. >> i see some people switch to samsung and samsung galaxy s3. i've heard it's pretty good and there's apps you can't put on your iphone. i would say some people are starting to switch over but i'm still faithful to iphones. >> i've heard a lot of reviews with new sam sungs, galaxy. a lot are saying better than iphone. >> they are similar. why spend more on the iphone. you get the same technology. >> how much did it cost? >> about like $100. it's cheap not like the iphones. >> they are in transition. they just lost steve jobs. have you to give them time. they are innovative. apple tv looks cool. >> i don't think they will lo
CNN
Jan 18, 2013 11:00am PST
, tyler hamilton, what does he think of this big interview, this big confession? you'll hear from him with piers morgan coming up. [ male announcer ] ok, here's the way the system works. let's say you pay your guy around 2% to manage your money. that's not much you think. except it's 2% every year. does that make a difference? search "cost of financial advisors" ouch. over time it really adds up. then go to e-trade and find out how much our advice costs. spoiler alert: it's low. really? yes, really. e-trade offers investment advice and guidance from dedicated, professional financial consultants. it's guidance on your terms, not ours. that's how our system works. e-trade. less for us. more for you. >>> a lot of great questions here. keep tweeting me @brookeb at cnn. lance armstrong confesses to doping. while he was doping, he didn't think he was cheating, he says. >> i had this exercise, kipt he i kept hearing, i'm a cheat, i'm a cheat, i'm a cheater. i went and looked up -- i looked up the definition of cheat. >> yes. >> and the definition of cheat is to gain an advantage on a rival o
NBC
Jan 31, 2013 4:00am PST
's death. the georgia native would have been 94 years old. >>> just ahead, what did tyler perry do to hurt oprah winfrey's back? >>> plus, the staff of the san diego zoo has their hands full, in fact, three sets of hands while this giant panda cub was given an exam. they checked out this little guy's heart, feet and lungs. and a clean bill of health is expected for this cute little guy. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning, everyone. a simple forecast in many areas of the west. the weak warm front trying to slip through to bring shower activity and light rain throughout the day today! but for the next week straight from oregon southward to nevada and arizona, a really beautiful weather pattern. and we are going to make it pretty nice today on friday in the northwest with temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s. just to make richard more jealous, here's the difficult five-day forecast in l.a. as we go through the weekend, mid-70s and drop to 72 by the time we get to monday. >> not 72, please, bill, no! i'm going to have to put on an extra parka or something. >>> oprah's 59th b
NBC
Jan 18, 2013 4:00am PST
programming note, this morning on the "today" show, exclusive interviews with tyler hamilton one of the armstrong's teammates. and livestrong ceo doug ulman. >>> the speculation continues to swirl around notre dame as linebacker manti te'o and the mystery over a girlfriend he publicly mourned and now says never existed. in the wake of that revelation in claims he was a victim of the elaborate hoax news organizations are sifting news reports raising more questions. an associated press review finds the heisman trophy candidate perpetuated the relationship. te'o said he learned of the hoax on december 6th which leaves us to learn when will we hear from te'o himself. >>> now, the latest on the ongoing hostage crisis in algeria. new details are emerging about the algerian government raid to rescue foreign nationals held captive at a bp-related gas plant. some americans escaped but others are still being held. duncan, what's the latest? >> reporter: good morning. the latest has come from the british prime minister who has been speaking to his algerian counter part and he said they are
MSNBC
Jan 31, 2013 2:00am PST
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FOX
Jan 11, 2013 9:00am PST
impressive stunts. someone else joins in on the dance party here and that's comedian tyler fisher. >> wait a second. ♪ >> that's tyler there who comes in with a complete different brand of dance. ♪ >> little jig there. >> yeah, yeah, right. seems like the passengers are just as unamused as they were before. >> how do you not watch what's going on in front of you? these people could care less. >> these are new yorkers. completely desensitized. >> it is funny to see street b-boy break dancing to this. ♪ >> sweaty palm time, there's a crane in russia. we've seen this guy before. his name is mustang on the internet. first he's going to walk on it like it's a tight rope, skinny jeans and all. >> does he have gear on? >> no. >> bean cap and head phones on. >> he has on slick bottom shoes. >> doesn't matter. he will not be using those shoes much anymore. here he stops walking around and starts climbing around with his hands like a pair of monkey bars. >> oh. >> on the playground. >> oh, my gosh. he's got nothing but his brute strength holding him up. >> you have to respect that. he is back
NBC
Jan 31, 2013 4:30am EST
death. the georgia native would have been 94 years old. >>> what did tyler perry do to hurt oprah winfrey's back. >>> plus, the san diego back has their hands full, in fact, three sets of hands to check out this little guy's heart, feet, lungs. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." the most dangerous weather this morning. if you're heading out the door to school or anywhere is going to be up in new england. the strongest winds are right on top of new york city and long island and also coastal connecticut. they're going to shift into connecticut, massachusetts, boston as we go through the morning commute. the next two or three hours. by 8:00 a.m., all the strongest winds from the front should be gone. behind it, a lot of cold air. we have dangerous windchill warnings with windchill warnings in minnesota, and minnesota, a high of 2 today, that's it. frigid air while the east coast will see a return to winter. >> thanks a lot, bill. oprah's 59th birthday was a little more thankful thanks to tyler perry. oprah said he sent her a flower arrangement so large
ABC
Jan 24, 2013 12:35am EST
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CNN
Jan 20, 2013 1:00pm PST
president of clark atlanta university, tyler joshua green, remember that name, tyler joshua green, he will be one of them and he joins me now from atlanta, where he and 50 other students will get on a bus this evening to ride to washington. tyler, welcome. this is a huge moment in history. are you and your friends excited about being able to witness it? >> we are absolutely excited, ready to get on the bus and head down to see history in the making. >> yeah. did you vote last year and is this your first inauguration? >> this is my first time voting, my first inauguration and it's a wonderful opportunity to vote for someone that otherwise wouldn't have the opportunity to. so, we are, in essence, making history in our own right. >> president obama became the first african-american president. what has that meant to you? >> i think that it's, first and foremost, a monument to us occasion, for the fact all the historical figures and ideas of the past come together at this point in time but also a momentous occasion because this san end this is a means to an end, and this is going to open d
FOX
Jan 4, 2013 9:00am EST
a race ready to go on behind us. we're going to check in with danny and tyler. good morning, gang. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: who is going to tell me about the pit stop challenge? >> i will. i'll volunteer. it's a simulation of the daytona pit stop. contestants changing out the rear tire of a sports bike. if you can break our -- >> record. >> our record. >> reporter: what's the record? >> 14.6 seconds. >> reporter: people can come down here and do this, right? >> absolutely. >> reporter: doesn't cost anything? >> absolutely free. >> reporter: what do you win? >> v.i.p. trip to the daytona. >> reporter: earlier i misspoke and said 400. it's the 200, because that's a bike race, not a car race. girl versus boy. yeah. >> good luck to you. >> reporter: good luck. oh, look at that. any wagers? who do you think? >> i don't know. danny has obviously got the physical strength. but tyler gets a lot of practice in. >> reporter: all right. speed and coordination is what we're looking for. all right, gang. >> going to time us off, jim? >> 3, 2, # 1, go. >> reporter: and the
CBS
Jan 21, 2013 5:00am EST
burrgis from tyler, texas. how you doing? >> i'm doing great. >> reporter: she came up for the first inauguration of president obama four years ago with a whole group from tyler metro chamber of commerce. >> right, from tyler, texas. >> reporter: tyler, texas. you chartered a bus both times, right? >> both times we chartered a bus and rode up to see president obama be inaugurated. >> reporter: you had a fabulous time. >> a fabulous time last time and this time even better. >> reporter: we're showing some of the video from four years ago. it was so inspirational. tell me about the feelings that you had coming up here and seeing president obama inaugurated four years ago? >> it was very inspiring. i saw all nationalities come together to honor our president and to see him sworn in. >> reporter: you're a teacher. you also told me -- tell me about your struggle and the sif civil rights movement and because went -- and what you went through. >> i went to an integrated school. i was one of the first blacks going to the high school in texas. >> reporter: you're a trailblazer and bringing yo
CNBC
Jan 4, 2013 1:00pm EST
? also, digging into the numbers tyler, and looking at just how healthy broadly speaking the labor market is, there are still reasons to be cautious. they include the fact that labor force participation is still at historic lows. the fact that people are coming into the work force but only that job creation is love r live keeping unemployment rate steady and in fact if you look at the -- if you look further at actual unemployment rate it rose by almost 1 percentage point last month from 7.75 to 7.85. so rounding makes it look like it held study. but there was an increase so there was reason too to be worried. >> indeed, kelly. thank you very much. something i think our steve liesman will address with our next guest. traders here on the floor be talking about minutes from the fed's last meeting. it shows that some policy makers want to slow or stop their asset purchase plan before the end of the year. will 2013 be the year of rising rates? our steve liesman is at the american economic association's annual meeting in beautiful san diego, california with president james bullard. take it away
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